Nov. 8, 2012
-- The Royal Institute for Trichonomic Research has published studies revealing that 97% of baldness in men is caused by alcohol consumption. This unexpected research has prompted a number of herbal remedy manufacturers to rush alleged cures to market. The propositions of such manufacturers are featured in the current issue of the on-line magazine johnproblem.com where editor John Problem said his readers would no doubt treat the promises made by such remedies with the necessary caution.
'It is well known that claims made by many herbal remedies are not supported by scientific evidence. Data based upon in-use studies are frequently used to support claims. This can be treated as acceptable to a degree. However, it is now believed that when herbal remedies are used with positive results, this is often due to the psychological condition of the user, who convinces him or herself that the product is doing its job. This, of course, is a satisfactory solution.' Health Consultant at johnproblem.com